Solista Forms Zero Trust Alliance to Deliver a Unified Security Experience

Noel Allnutt, Co-founder at Solista

Australian IT and security consultancy creates integrated offering to help customers protect against cyber threats and data breaches.

Solista, an award-winning Australian cloud transformation and security consultancy, has announced the formation of the Zero Trust Alliance, an integrated security offering combining best-of-breed technologies from market-leading security vendors, CrowdStrike, Netskope, Okta, Illumio, CyberArk and Mimecast.

Digital business creates unprecedented cyber risks and many organisations struggle to balance cybersecurity with everyday business needs.  Different organisational requirements, existing technologies, and security maturity affect the way in which a Zero Trust security architecture is implemented. Solista’s Zero Trust Framework and maturity model helps organisations assess their Zero Trust readiness and develop a plan to achieve Zero Trust.

The Zero Trust Alliance is designed to help customers address the challenges created by the ever-increasing complexity of modern businesses and the expanding ability of attackers to compromise their networks. Alongside Solista’s Zero Trust Framework, the members of the Zero Trust Alliance work seamlessly together to enable business agility, give organisations the ability to repel and remediate against internal and external threats, and create a frictionless user experience, regardless of application, device, or location.

“Customers are looking for a unified security solution that delivers a frictionless user experience whilst upholding a world class security posture. To help clients focus on securing their business, we formed the Zero Trust Alliance with Solista’s Zero Trust Framework to enable clients to accelerate business and security transformation,” said Noel Allnutt, Co-founder at Solista.

Solista’s Zero Trust Alliance provides an IT roadmap to cybersecurity which helps CISOs develop a toolset and framework that enable risk-based decisions while protecting against security threats and preventing data breaches as well as other cybersecurity events.

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